St Luke - Sambrook
This cache is one of a series set at or near churches in the lovely surroundings of the Shropshire countryside.
We’d like to thank The Washers for conceiving the idea, initiating the series and inviting other cachers to add to it.
St Luke's is situated in the lovely village on Sambrook, not far off the A41. Sambrook means "sandy stream" and is recorded in the Domesday Book as Semebre.
The church was designed by the architect Benjamin Ferrey and was built in 1856. It is build of red sandstone and is set in a beautiful and spacious churchyard. The church consists of a nave and chancel, with a north aisle and vestry, south porch and a western timbered belfry with wooden spirelet.
Collect the clues from the first page of the logbooks to find the Bonus cache at Chapel of the Epiphany - Peplow. You can find the base level caches in any order. The caches in this series are:
As we did not want to hide a cache in the churchyard, we've made this a multi-cache, which takes you near to a lovely pond. Go to the stated co-ordinates and find the date of the Yew - this is ABCD. The final cache is then at N52 48.(B+8)(A+7)(A+A) W2 25.(B+5)(D+5)(A+5).
Hall Of Fame
|First to Find:
||Izzy and the Lizard King
|Second to Find:
|Third to Find: